Esther Forbes

| birth_place = Westborough, Massachusetts, U.S. | death_place = Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S. | death_date = | occupation = Writer | nationality = American | period = 1926–1954 | genre = Children's historical novels; biography | notableworks = Johnny Tremain: A Novel for Young and Adult | spouse = Albert Hoskins (1926–1933) | alma_mater = Bradford College }}

Esther Louise Forbes (; June 28, 1891 – August 12, 1967) was an American novelist, historian and children's writer who received the Pulitzer Prize and the Newbery Medal. She was the first woman elected to membership in the American Antiquarian Society. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1993
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1971
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1937
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1945
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1938
...Forbes, Esther. General's lady. 1st ed....
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1960
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1948
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1998
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1988
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1991
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1947
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 2005
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (ICCdb)161326)
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1960
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1976
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by Forbes, Esther.
Published 1974
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